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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2011Evaluation of the Effect of Mycotoxin Binders in Animal Feed on the Analytical Performance of Standardised Methods for the Determination of Mycotoxins in Feed: Follow-up StudyKOLOSSOVA ANNA; STROKA Joerg; BREIDBACH Andreas; KROEGER-NEGOITA KATY; BOUTEN Katrien; ULBERTH Franz
2012Evaluation of the effectiveness of Natural Water Retention Measures - Support to the EU Blueprint to Safeguard Europe’s WatersBUREK PETER ANDREAS; MUBAREKA Sarah; ROJAS MUJICA RODRIGO FELIPE; DE ROO Arie; BIANCHI ALESSANDRA; BARANZELLI CLAUDIA; LAVALLE Carlo; VANDECASTEELE INE
2006Evaluation of the Effects of Intentional Threats to Power Substation Control SystemsNAI FOVINO IGOR; MASERA MARCELO; DONDOSSOLA Giovanna; SZANTO Judit
2011Evaluation of the effects of the multi-annual plan on the stockSCOTT ROBERT; KEMPF A.; ULRICH RESCAN C.; HOLMES S.; EERO Margit; SCHON P.-J.
2008Evaluation of the Environmental Impact of Agricultural Management Practices Using Soil MicroarthropodsGARDI Ciro; MENTA Cristina; LEONI Alan
2014Evaluation of the European status towards the achievement of nearly zero energy buildings (nZEBs)D'AGOSTINO DELIA; BERTOLDI PAOLO
2005Evaluation of the EUROSEM Model for Simulating Erosion in Hilly Areas of Central ItalyCONFALONIERI ROBERTO; ROSENMUND Alexandra; ROGGERO Pier Paolo; TODERI Marco; ACUTIS Marco
2009Evaluation of the Fate of the Active Ingredients of Insecticide Sprays Used IndoorsLEVA Paolo; KATSOGIANNIS Athanasios; BARRERO Josefa; KEPHALOPOULOS Stylianos; KOTZIAS Dimitrios
2007Evaluation of the Fate of the Active Ingredients of Insecticide Sprays, Used IndoorsLEVA PAOLO; KATSOGIANNIS ATHANASIOS; BARRERO JOSEFA; KEPHALOPOULOS STYLIANOS; KOTZIAS DIMITRIOS
2003Evaluation of the Fission Cross-Section within the Multi-Modal Fission Approach for 235U(n,f).VLADUCA G.; TUDORA A.; HAMBSCH F.-j.; OBERSTEDT Stephan; RUSKOV Ivan
2010An evaluation of the global patterns of atmospheric transport for regionalized chemical risk assessmentPISTOCCHI Alberto; ZULIAN Grazia; ISOARDI Paolo
1989Evaluation of the Impact of Atrazine on the Aquatic EnvironmentPREMAZZI Guido; STECCHI Roberta
2005Evaluation of The Impact of Networking Activities on the Quality of Results Obtained when Applying System Identification Techniques to In-Situ Measurements for Assessing Energy Performance of Building ComponentsANDROUTSOPOULOS A.; SUTHERLAND G.; BLOEM JOHANNES; VAN DIJK D.; BAKER P.
2009The Evaluation of the Intercomparison Exercise for SO2, CO, O3, NO and NO2 - June 2007KAPUS DUKARIC Matej; BOROWIAK Annette; LAGLER Friedrich; GERBOLES Michel
2009The Evaluation of the Intercomparison Exercise for SO2, CO, O3, NO and NO2 - 13 - 16 October 2008KAPUS DUKARIC Matej; BOROWIAK Annette; LAGLER Friedrich
2009The Evaluation of the Intercomparison Exercise for SO2, CO, O3, NO and NO2 - 6 - 9 October 2008KAPUS DUKARIC Matej; BOROWIAK Annette; LAGLER Friedrich
2009The Evaluation of the Intercomparison Exercise for SO2, CO, O3, NO and NO2 - April 2008KAPUS DUKARIC Matej; BOROWIAK Annette; LAGLER Friedrich
2009The Evaluation of the Intercomparison Exercise for SO2, CO, O3, NO and NO2 Carried out in October 2007 in EssenKAPUS DUKARIC Matej; BOROWIAK Annette; LAGLER Friedrich; GERBOLES Michel
2011The evaluation of the interlaboratory comparison exercise for SO2, CO, O3, NO and NO2 14-17 June 2010BARBIERE MAURIZIO; BELIS CLAUDIO; KAPUS Matej; LAGLER Friedrich; KARAGULIAN FEDERICO
2010The Evaluation of the Interlaboratory Comparison Exercise for SO2, CO, O3, NO and NO2 19.- 22. October 2009BELIS CLAUDIO; KAPUS Matej; BARBIERE MAURIZIO; LAGLER Friedrich
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